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IPV4 TO IPV6 By Justin Bode for CPE 401 @ UNR
Introduction Why do we need a new version of IP? What does IPv6 look like? New features of IPv6 How will it be implemented? Conclusion
Why a New Version? IPv4: 32-bit address space 2 ^ 32 = 4,294,967,296 That’s over 4 billion addresses! Only 3,706,650,624 are usable Appoximately 671,645,000 are still available
Why a New Version?
IPv6: 128-bit address space 2 ^ 128 = Well… 2 ^ 128 ≈ 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,770,000,000
Why a New Version?
What Does IPv6 Look Like?
New Features Large address space! Stateless address auto-configuration Multicast Mandatory network layer security Simplified processing by routers Jumbograms
How Will It Be Implemented? Routers Software People who know how to use it
How Will It Be Implemented?
Conclusion We will run out of IPv4 addresses. Need a larger address space. IPv6 will solve the problem and enhance performance. There are several new features in IPv6 (Jumbograms!) Need routers, software, and people to implement IPv6.
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